Firstly, we want to thank you for your understanding. Working from home is not a usual situation for lawyers and we had to make some adjustments. But we are happy to announce that, starting on Monday, May 25th, we will be returning to some normal routine.
Therefore, we will be meeting with clients in person, for those of you who wish. We will also continue to hold telephone or teleconference meetings with the clients who favour them.
Of course, as requested by the authorities, we must maintain our physical distanciation. As such the following measures are in place at our offices:
- Each lawyer office has a plexiglass panel;
- Anyone entering our building will be directed to a sink to wash their hands;
- Wearing a face mask is recommended.
Our team of lawyers will continue to work from home, on a part-time basis in the short term.
Because of her family responsibilities, our assistant will be back at work at the beginning of July. This could create some minor delays on an administrative level and we thank you in advance for your comprehension.
Looking forward to speaking with you again,
The team at Droit-famille Outaouais
Family is at the centre of everyone’s life. It’s true, whether we would be married, common-law spouses, an ex, a parent, a grandparent, an uncle, an aunt.
Droit-famille Outaouais, is a law firm with lawyers who chose to specialise in all fields related to Family Law. We also practice in other fields (criminal law, civil law), but what drives us is our team and Family Law.
In the background, teamwork. We believe in the wealth that comes from sharing knowledge and playing to each team member’s strengths and, more importantly, putting this into practice every day.
We honour ourselves in knowing that we work with utmost honesty, not only in the work accomplished but also in our billing.
Do not hesitate to call on us if you are having problems or simply to know what are your rights, because prevention is always the best option.
Frequently Asked Questions
During a first consultation the lawyer gathers the many parts and elements of the file which allows them to guide you and let you know what your rights are.
Pay stubs, recent income tax notice of assessment, statement for alimony or maintenance payments along with official documentation to identify yourself.
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